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Feb 2, 2013 10:00am EST
, there will be a real problem that would be clear a kid walks into a store and the tax -- it is detected that this is a kid and changes on ghana and our marketing because there is a child under the age of 13 there. this is a case challenging -- this is a challenging proposition on many levels. i think it has become a real issue. where are the real harm is here. the real harm has to be marketed. we need to find out what is really improper use of this data and with the real risk is so we do not put our attention on places where the real harm is not. we need a lot more work to a identify the substance of firms. >> your original question. i do not think the ftc act is sufficient. i would like to see baseline consumer privacy legislation. this is not just about the harms that facial recognition can cause. harm at the ftc -- nor is it was a the spiders are coming in under your door. i tried to sketch out the capability of the technology went into the train when we can identify people and pick up on their emotional states and the health information consumers will want to have a choice
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